Executive Committee

EBEN's Excecutive Committee (ExCom) consists of 6 members:

Geert Demuijnck

Geert Demuijnck joined EDHEC Business School in 2008. He teaches courses in business ethics, economic ethics and political philosophy. His research and publications focus on economic ethics and distributive justice. He studied economics, politics and philosophy and holds a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Leuven.  At the AC in Lille in 2014, he was elected for the EBEN ExCom.



Jacob Dahl Rendtorff

Jacob Dahl Rendtorff ,ph.d and dr. scient. adm. (born 1965), is Professor of Ethics, Responsibility and Legitimacy of Corporations at Roskilde University, Denmark. Rendtorff has a background in research in ethics, business ethics, corporate social responsibility, bioethics, political theory and philosophy of law. He has also been doing research in phenomenology and hermeneutics, continental French and German philosophy. Rendtorff was elected for the Excom at the AC in Finland in 2017.



Yves Fassin

Yves Fassin is a part-time professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at Ghent University, Belgium. He holds an MSc in Engineering from Ghent University, a Master in General Management from Vlerick Business School, and later, a PhD in Applied Economics. He followed the Executive Program for Growing Companies at Stanford Business School. He combined his academic interests with an entrepreneurial career, as Managing Director of a small company and co-founder of a few business start-ups. His research interests include corporate responsibility, business ethics, stakeholder management and corporate governance, and ethical issues in the fields of innovation, venture capital, small business and entrepreneurship. He published about 25 international articles in the leading journals in business ethics and entrepreneurship.
At the GA in Palermo in 2016, he was elected for the EBEN ExCom.


Pedro Francés-Gómez

Pedro Francés-Gómez is professor of Moral Philosophy, University of Granada.  He is member of the board of the Spanish Chapter of EBEN, and co-editor of the EBEN Spain Newsletter.

He studied Philosophy and Law, and got his Ph. D. at the Universidad Complutense, Madrid. He specialized in contemporary moral contractarianism, visiting at the Departments of Philosophy in the Universities of Pittsburgh, Northwestern and Harvard. In the field of business ethics, he has explored the social contract approach to CSR and stakeholder management –currently he is principal researcher in the project BENEB2, financed by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, with a focus on the contribution of empirical methods. He acquired experience teaching business ethics to MBA students in ESADE Barcelona and the Graduate School of Universidad Pontificia de Comillas in Madrid. He has published in the leading European journals of the field, as well as in the field of political philosophy. He has also authored and co-authored several books on topics such as codes of conduct, CSR as business ethics, CSR in Latin America.

Dr. Eberhard Schnebel 

Eberhard Schnebel is teaching "Ethics in Finance" and "Ethics in Management" at Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main. Since 2016 he is developing "Digital Excellence Ethics" to integrate action related ethical structures and communication into design processes of digitization. He is member of the Executive Committee of the European Business Ethics Network (EBEN). Currently he is working in Group Risk Management at Commerzbank AG to establish ethics as tool for increasing efficiency and responsibility in management. Previously he worked in the strategy department of Hypo Real Estate International Bank AG. He holds two doctoral degrees, one in Philosophy and one in Theology, both of Ludwig-Maximilian-University, Munich.



Marjo Siltaoja, PhD

Marjo earned her Bachelor´s degree in Social Politics and later received her Master's, Licentiate's and Doctoral degrees in Leadership and Management at University of Jyväskylä. She is  a member of CMS and OMT divisions in the Academy of Management. She is currently a visiting scholar at Cass Business School (London, UK). Her previous visits include  INSEAD, Fontainebleau campus (2011), University of Otago, Dunedin NZ (2014) and University of Amsterdam (2017).  She is leading the following research projects:  ELPIS  (funded  by the Finnish Academy 2016-2020) and MORE (funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture  2016-2019).